Despite Nigeria’s recent AFCON defeat, actor and pastor Yul Edochie has expressed pride in his homeland.
He claimed it was a divine prophecy and wrote on Instagram that Nigeria will triumph. However, following Nigeria’s defeat, online users lambasted Edochie, particularly the actress Sarah Martins, who said she knew Nigeria would lose when he made the forecast.
Martins argued that Edochie had failed in his attempt to convince Nigerians of his divine calling.
“ it is well. Thank you Super Eagles. Getting to the finals is as good as winning. We are proud of you all. Great performance in the tournament”.
“I love my country Nigeria. Win or lose, good or bad, we’ve been here. Better days ahead. Giant of Africa.”
In other news, an image of the late Herbert Wigwe, the CEO of Access Holdings, along with his son Chizzy and wife Chizoba, has appeared online.
On Friday night, February 9, all three of them died after their helicopter crashed in California, USA, when they were traveling to Las Vegas to watch Super Bowl 58.
US officials report that the aircraft went down on Friday night close to Nipton, which is located on the border of the Mojave Desert.
Herbert Wigwe, CEO of Access Holdings, and his wife, Chizoba, died when their helicopter crashed in California on Friday night, February 9. According to reports, the chopper was on its way to Las Vegas when it crashed near Boulder City, located between Nevada and California, on Friday night.
According to the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department, the helicopter took off from Palm Springs Airport at 8.45 p.m. and was on its way to Las Vegas when it crashed at 10 p.m.
There were rumors that the bank CEO, his spouse, and their son were on board the doomed helicopter. It is also said that the pilot of the helicopter was Abimbola Ogunbanjo, the leader of the Nigerian Export Group.
His age was fifty-seven. I hope his soul is at peace.